NOAA Science Camp

NOAA Science Camp 2021 will be offering access to online virtual experiences this summer. There will be no in-person programs this year.

This July, we are offering two (2) weeks of daily virtual activities to keep middle and high school students connected with NOAA and engaged in current environmental issues. Each week, students will have access to a mix of free do-it yourself activities, ‘live’ remote events and virtual tours. Although we don’t get to see you at camp this summer, we are putting together NOAA science-packed weeks this year that students will love! 

The online programming will take place and be posted in the following weeks:

July 6-9, 2021

July 12-16, 2021

FAQs for NOAA Science Camp 2021.

Note: We will aim to record and post any “live” events as close to the time they are completed as possible, so they will be available for viewing at your leisure.

If you are interested in being notified when more information about our virtual programming becomes available, please sign up here:

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Held at NOAA’s Seattle Sand Point facility each July, NOAA Science Camp offers hands-on science-learning opportunities for middle and high school students.

Middle School Science Camp

Students entering 6th, 7th or 8th grade engage in fun, hands-on activities that explore the mysteries of our oceans and atmosphere.

Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Mini-Session (not offered in 2020)

Learn to build a mini-ROV with experts in this new two-day mini-session. Learn more…

High School Junior Leadership Program

During this two-week program, students entering 9th through 12th grades work alongside NOAA scientists and camp staff to build skills in communicating science concepts, leading activities, and more.